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Executive Director Projects RH

Paul worked for Shell Group in Australia (Assistant Treasurer) and with Shell Coal and Power International (Group Treasurer). He was the team member on the financing of Callide C (840 MW) an...

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Yallourn Power is the most polluting power generation unit in Australia – old and clearly needs to be replaced or rebuilt. The question is what do we replace it with as Victoria needs the 2000 MW of baseload power.

What do you think?

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Matt Chester on Mar 22, 2021

I hope you follow up and share with us the results of this poll, Paul. I suspect with a total as high as 2 GW, the in practice solution will be some fine-tuned combination of 'all of the above,' but how that's broken down will be important. 

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